Scotland is a magical land of clans and tartans, mountain and valleys, kilts and bagpipes. With the Atlantic Ocean on the west coast and the North Sea on the east coast, Scotland is home to hundreds of small towns and fishing villages. The photographs displayed here are from the town of Oban and the island of Mull in the Hebrides Islands in the Atlantic. The statue of the dog, Bobby, is one of Edinburgh’s most famous. When his master died, Bobby rested on his grave for 13 years. Bobby was adopted by the people of Edinburgh and following his death the people erected the statue in his memory.